How A Weekly Reminder Email Can Be Incredibly Beneficial for Goal Achievement

How a Weekly Reminder EmailWhen setting goals, many people fall by the wayside after 2 or 3 weeks. Why is that? One reason is that they don’t have a system for following up with their goals. Another reason is that they don’t have a method for accountability.

I would like to suggest that having a weekly reminder that is inspirational and motivational can solve both dilemmas. Read below about how a weekly reminder email can be incredibly beneficial for goal achievement

  1. Maintaining Focus: In the midst of daily tasks and distractions, a reminder email serves as a nudge to refocus on goals. It brings the goals back to the forefront of people’s minds, helping them stay on track.

  1. Consistent Progress Tracking: Weekly reminders prompt individuals to review their progress. This regular check-in allows them to assess what they’ve accomplished and what still needs attention.


  1. Motivation and Accountability: Knowing they’ll receive a reminder can motivate individuals to take action and make progress on their goals. It creates a sense of accountability, encouraging them to work towards their objectives.


  1. Adaptation and Adjustment: Weekly reminders provide opportunities to evaluate whether the chosen strategies are effective. If not, it allows for timely adjustments or changes in approach, preventing prolonged deviation from the intended path.


  1. Reinforcement of Commitment: Consistent reminders reinforce the commitment made toward achieving the goals. They act as a reminder of the importance of those goals in the overall scheme of things.


  1. Encouragement and Support: These reminders can include motivational messages, tips, or inspiration related to goal achievement, providing additional support and encouragement.


  1. Building Habits: Weekly reminders contribute to building habits. Regularly reviewing goals helps ingrain them into daily routines, making them more likely to be achieved.


Ultimately, consistent reminders serve as a guiding light, ensuring that goals remain a priority and individuals remain dedicated to their pursuit. They help in sustaining momentum and focus, making it more likely for individuals to achieve their desired outcomes.

And I have you covered with my new product, “Goal-Focused Living: A 12-Month Roadmap to Success and Growth.” 

  • It’s a 12-month program that sends you a weekly email on a goal-setting-related topic. These weekly emails are crafted to inspire and motivate you.
  • You also get a monthly report that dives deeper into some aspect of goal-setting that you may not be aware of.
  • Plus you get a monthly journal that you can print out and use to record your thoughts, ideas, and progress.
  • In addition, there is a monthly worksheet and checklist to help keep you on track and accountable.

I call it “Goal-Focused Living” because setting and achieving goals should be a way of life. Having some support to look forward to every week and month, will help you create the habits necessary to accomplish things you may not have thought possible.

If you are willing to commit to a 5 minute read once a week, and a maybe a 15-20 minute exercise and read monthly, this program can help you maintain the momentum you need to set and reach your 2024 goals. You get a year’s work of goal-setting support for just $97.

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